The proposed Trump Budget released in 2020 includes about $1 trillion in cuts for Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
A new analysis by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities shows the richest Americans would save billions if the ACA was repealed.
We explain the gist of the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill. In short, it looks a lot like the last repeal attempt, the Better Care Reconciliation Act.
We explain what a “skinny repeal” of ObamaCare is (it essentially means key provisions like the mandates go, but much else stays) and what it could mean for you.
The senate just unveiled the latest version of their ObamaCare repeal and replace bill (an updated version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017).
We look at the question, “can repealing the ACA or its key provisions bring down the cost of health insurance / healthcare?”
Trump and others have claimed that the Senate Bill (BCRA) doesn’t cut Medicaid, that is false. The BCRA freezes and reduces Medicaid funding.
Senate Republicans are considering passing the AHCA, the ObamaCare repeal, with no debate (the bill is currently being re-written in secret).
Below we explore the different demographics on Medicaid, ask if able-bodied adults are taking advantage of Medicaid, and examine if work requirements will help.
TrumpCare weakens (not eliminates) key protections for those with pre-existing conditions, which could result in some being excluded from the market due to cost.
What Does an ObamaCare Repeal and Replace Plan Mean For America? We will explain both “what will happen if ObamaCare is repealed” and “what will happen if the latest repeal and replace plan goes through.” The Basics House Republicans passed the latest version of their repeal and replace bill 217-to-213 on Thursday May 4th, 2017. The bill will now…
We explain everything you need to know about the latest House ObamaCare repeal and replace plan (TrumpCare).
We review “the American Health Care Act” (The New ObamaCare Replacement Plan) to help everyone understand the proposed changes.
ObamaCare “Repeal and Replace” is now “ObamaCare Repair”; but is this a name change, a policy change, or both? We discuss that.
According to the CBO, repealing the ACA and replacing it with a past Republican replacement would double premiums and lead to 32 million uninsured by 2026.
The Senate voted 51 to 48 early Thursday to approve a budget resolution instructing House and Senate committees to begin work on legislation to repeal key provisions of ObamaCare.
Below is an updated overview of where ObamaCare and its replacement plan stands now that Trump has been elected and repeal efforts have begun.
We explain what happens to cost assistance (Tax Credits, CSR, and Medicaid) if ObamaCare is repealed by congressional Republicans under Trump.
We explain the Republican ObamaCare “repeal and delay” plan which plans to defund and repeal ObamaCare and the delay a replacement.
What Repealing and Replacing ObamaCare Could Look Like Under the Trump Administration Republicans in Congress plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). Get the facts on a repeal and replace plan under the Trump administration and what it means for America. UPDATE 2019: The repeal and replace plan never passed, and thus some specifics here…
Healthcare providers across the nation are unsure of whether they will be able to survive an abrupt repeal of Obamacare without a comprehensive replacement.
The GOP has promised to repeal and replace ObamaCare, but step one might be a repeal of ObamaCare through the budget reconciliation process.
Obama has vetoed the first ObamaCare repeal bill to successfully pass the senate, the bill also included measures to defund Planned Parenthood.
Obama will veto the bill senate Republicans passed using “budget reconciliation” that repeals ObamaCare and cuts off Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood.
The new 2016 house GOP budget includes a full repeal of ObamaCare, this mirrors the 2013 budget that shutdown the government cost tax payers billions.